There is a running joke among the editors of all things Bassmaster (website, television, magazine) when it comes to an Elite event that the weather is always a story. It’s not a laughing matter. It’s just something that is always a part of any derby and it’s up to us editor types to fight past that and dig a little deeper. So when we gather up and start thinking about how we are going to approach covering each event, the first question is “What are the story lines?”
After its week in a time capsule, we unearth Charlie Hartley's column to marvel at the foreshadowing, irony, and what-might-have-beens ...
A group of Elites hit the golf course for an enjoyable day of fun.
In 2015, B.A.S.S. celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Bassmaster Elite Series with a schedule that commemorates some of the greatest events in bass fishing history.
There's only one meaningful goal at any bass tournament, and that's to win as much money as you can to provide for yourself and your family.
Eliminating water doesn't guarantee success, but it keeps you in areas with the most potential, and that will dramatically increase your chances of catching the biggest bass of your life.
You spent a lot of money, but are you really confident in your ability to use your sophisticated electronics? Wilson Frazier can help.
One of my goals this year was to fish often before every Bassmaster Northern Open tournament to hone my skills and give myself a fighting chance. That didn’t happen.
There's nothing quite like time on the water to make you a better fisherman, but you need to make the most of what you have.
Jason Christie prevailed on Lake Dardanelle but he truly believed a 7-pounder he lost on Day 3 would cost him the tournament. That assumption never left him until the last fish was weighed.